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Steeped in history this English Tudor, built in 1932, was originally a wedding gift commissioned by Governor John Evans for his eldest daughter upon her marriage to Hudson Moore. Designed by the prominent architectural firm of Fisher & Fisher, who also designed the Phipps Mansion, this historic mansion has been renovated throughout yet retains many of its original details and classic charm. Located in a private enclave with security gate, 2301 E. Alameda boasts extraordinary finishes throughout including plaster walls; high ceilings; a paneled library with limestone fireplace; gracious living room with ceiling detail; formal dining room; remodeled kitchen with high-end appliances; and an elevator servicing all three levels. There are 4 bedrooms on the 2nd floor including a primary suite with private balcony, gas fireplace and stunning marble bath with clawfoot tub and marble shower. The finished basement offers a 360 bottle wine cellar and exercise room. All bathrooms and mechanicals have been updated. Poised on 1.3 acres overlooking the Denver Country Club golfcourse, the grounds feature an outdoor kitchen with built-in grill & brick pizza oven; rolling lawns with incredible English gardens, and multiple flagstone patios capturing spectacular unobstructed views of the Denver Country Club and the Downtown Denver skyline.
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